Harrison Ford looked handsome as he stood on the tarmac after landing his private jet in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday.
The 80-year-old actor showed off his chiseled good looks in a navy blue button-up shirt, which he tucked into a pair of dark jeans.
Moments after landing, the longtime Hollywood leading man and aviation enthusiast was spotted unloading cargo down the five steps of the plane.
The Chicago native, known for his physically demanding blockbuster roles, appeared in great physical shape as he carried multiple bags off the aircraft.
The $18.8 million Citation Sovereign jet is reportedly the largest of his prized collection, with a top speed of 525mph and a 3,200 nautical mile range.
Hollywood pilot: Harrison Ford, 80, was seen on the tarmac on Friday after landing his private jet in Los Angeles, California
Aviation enthusiast: The Star Wars and Indiana Jones star unloaded his $18.8 million Citation Sovereign jet, the largest of the Hollywood actor’s prized collection
The Star Wars icon took off his glasses and chatted with a friend near a blacked-out Tesla Model X.
The two appeared to have returned from an extended trip, as they had a sizable amount of luggage.
The Blade Runner star owns and operates the Cessna 680 aircraft and is one of Hollywood’s most famous pilots, partly due to his numerous aviation mishaps and crashes.
Ford, whose been flight training since the 1960s, has found himself involved in several crashes and tense-filled close calls during his piloting career.
In 1999, he was involved in a crash of a LongRanger helicopter during a routine training flight, resulting in the craft landing hard and flipping on its side.
Neither Ford nor the pilot instructor was seriously hurt, according to The New York Times.
In 2015, Ford’s World War II-era plane made an emergency landing, due to engine failure, on the Penmar Golf Course in Venice, California.
He suffered a broken pelvis and broken ankle, among other injuries.
Many mishaps: Ford has been involved in a number of tense-filled close calls during his piloting career. He made an emergency landing in his World War II-era plane, due to engine failure, on the Penmar Golf Course in Venice, California in 2015; the actor suffered a broken pelvis and broken ankle, among other injuries
Safe landing: After touching down, the Chicago native looked handsome in a navy blue dress shirt that was tucked into dark blue jeans with brown leather shoes
Man of many talents: The Star Wars icon was seen chatting with a friend near a blacked-out Tesla model X
Coming soon: Harrison’s next big project will be the fifth film in his now-classic Indiana Jones series, with Logan director James Mangold taking over from Steven Spielberg; still from Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Defining role: Ford has gone down in history for many important roles but without a doubt, his lead role in the Indiana Jones movies helped catapult him to super-stardom; pictured on set in Sicily on October 18, 2021
His last time: Preparing for the release of the new Indiana Jones, Ford walked out on stage at the D23 Expo and gave an emotional speech introducing the trailer before stating this would be his last Indiana Jones film-pictured in August
Then in 2017, Ford mistakenly flew low over an airliner with 110 people aboard at John Wayne Airport in Orange County while it was taxing on a runway. According to The New York Times, he was supposed to have landed on a runway that runs parallel to the taxiway.
Afterward, Ford avoided disciplinary action, but the F.A.A. required him to complete awareness training.
More recently, in April 2020, the Hollywood legend had a mishap moments after landing a single-engine plane at Hawthorne Municipal Airport outside Los Angeles.
After being advised to wait, he misheard a radio instruction from an air traffic controller and crossed a runway where another aircraft was landing.
While there was no danger of a collision and no one was hurt, Ford did fess up to his error when he got a scolding from aviation authorities.
Harrison’s latest project was the fifth film in the classic Indiana Jones franchise.
In August, Ford appeared on stage at the D23 Expo and gave an emotional speech and said this would be the last time he would star as the treasure-hunting character, a physically demanding role, ‘This is it! I will not fall down for you again.’
The new plot follows the adventurer and explorer Indiana as he seeks to stop an evil scientist with the help of his goddaughter Helena Shaw, played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Switchh-up: Spielberg was originally to direct before switching to producing. Jonathan Kasdan will write te film, after co-writing Solo with his father Lawrence Kasdan, who wrote Raiders Of The Lost Ark; Still from Raiders
Back in the saddle: The newly released trailer for the upcoming Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny aired last month during the Super Bowl
Coming soon: The long-awaited movie is currently set to make its debut on June 30
Development on the fifth Indiana Jones feature took place over several decades, although the project was not confirmed to have been in production until 2016.
Shia LaBeouf, who portrayed Jones’ son Mutt Williams in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, will not reprise his role in the new film.
Filming commenced in the summer of 2021 and took place in various locations in the United Kingdom, Italy, and Morocco before the shooting concluded last February.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is currently set to make its debut on June 30.
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